Differentiation of biologic scaffold materials through physicomechanical, thermal, and enzymatic degradation techniques.

@article{Deeken2012DifferentiationOB,
  title={Differentiation of biologic scaffold materials through physicomechanical, thermal, and enzymatic degradation techniques.},
  author={Corey R. Deeken and Braden J Eliason and Matthew D. Pichert and Sheila A. Grant and Margaret M. Frisella and Brent David Matthews},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2012},
  volume={255 3},
  pages={595-604}
}
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to characterize the physicomechanical, thermal, and degradation properties of several types of biologic scaffold materials to differentiate between the various materials. BACKGROUND As more biologic scaffold materials arrive on the market, it is critical that surgeons understand the properties of each material and are provided with resources to determine the suitability of these products for specific applications such as hernia repair. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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